The Stills formed in Montreal in 2000, and shortly thereafter relocated to New York as one of the first signings to Vice Recordings. The band rose to prominence in 2004 with the release of their debut album, Logic Will Break Your Heart, which spawned the hit singles "Still in Love Song" and "Lola Stars and Stripes". In late 2007, Arts & Crafts signed the band to a worldwide recording deal. Once again working with producer Gus van Go, The Stills' new material, beginning with the anthemic lead single, "Being Here," conveys a rejuvenated, reinvigorated sense of being. The Stills' new album, Oceans Will Rise, is set for release on August 19, 2008.
"Being Here" is the anthemic lead single from The Stills' forthcoming album, Oceans Will Rise, due out August 19th on Arts & Crafts. The single is backed with "Snow In California" (demo) taken from the initial album recording sessions.
The Stills rose to prominence with the release of their 2003 debut album, Logic Will Break Your Heart, spawning the singles "Still In Love Song" and "Lola Stars And Stripes". The band honed their songwriting and experimented with new sounds on the underrated Without Feathers. With their Arts & Crafts debut, Oceans Will Rise, the band conveys a rejuvenated, reinvigorated sense of being, evident in the anthemic first single, "Being Here".